- Create Network Alias Devices
- These IP addresses will be used for the Variations webserver and Darwin streaming server. They must be on the same network as the machine's address. The NETMASK and BROADCAST variables below will be the same as their counterparts in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0.
- Create an Network Device for the webserver by creating /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:0 with this content:
DEVICE=eth0:0 IPADDR=Variations webserver IP address NETMASK=Variations webserver netmask BROADCAST=Variations webserver broadcast address ONBOOT=yes
- Create a Network Device for the streaming server by creating /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1 with this content:
DEVICE=eth0:1 IPADDR=_Darwin streaming IP address NETMASK=Darwin streaming netmask BROADCAST=Darwin streaming broadcast address ONBOOT=yes
- Bring up the new devices to verify they are configured correctly:
You will need to do this only once, since they will be brought up when the machine is rebooted.
Does Samba use 137-139 and 445 or just 139?
Variations uses the following ports:
- eth0 - TCP 139 and 445 (Samba), 1099 (RMI Registry), 1100 (UI Logging Server), 49930 (Variations RMI Server), and 49931 (Variations RMI Server)
- eth0:0 (Apache) - TCP 80, 443
- eth0:1 (Darwin Streaming Server) - TCP 80, 554 and UDP 6970-6999